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charge in las vegas. >>> some kids in greenville, wisconsin want to give peace a chance. yesterday, hundreds of students at greenville elementary school got together to form a giant human peace sign to get kids to think about peace on world peace day. >>> coming up this morning on "the early show," finding the right pair of jeans for your body type. we'll talk about it a bit later on. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news." words alone aren't enough. our job is to listen and find ways to help workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. we'll keep restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses impacted by the spill. we've paid over $400 million in claims and set up a $20 billion independently-run claims fund. i was born in new orleans. my family still lives here. i'm gonna be here until we make this right. ,,,,,,,, busy office workers have been disrespecting lunch. and it's time someone did something about it. no need to be nervous. we're here to help. these are healthy choice fresh mixers and marie callender's homestyle creations. these guys actually a
. >>> police have identified a woman killed in a greenville apartment complex but still have not found her killer. jacqueline bass was shot several times on greenbelt road. she lived in that complex. police don't have a suspect or motive in her death. >>> a house fire has claimed the life of a mother and two of her children. it happened in morning in lortin, virginia. we're told in the last minutes of her life, she helped save the lives of three of her other kids. fox5's will thomas has the latest from the scene. >> reporter: the community of neighbors out here consider themselves more like family members, and they are mourning the loss of three of their own. in fact, a memorial is growing right outside the scene of the fire, neighbors stopping by to pay their final respects, and some of those neighbors have provided photos of the memories they all shared together. let's give you a look. 24--year-old ali anderson holding her 2 month old daughter here, was seen handing her children out of a second story window one by one to children out of a second story window one by one to an uncle below.
system. doreen, back to you. >> all right, jackie bensen reporting from greenville tonight. thank you, jackie. >> firefighters rescued a woman from a burning home late this afternoon along brook ridge court. the flames began inside the kitchen and quickly filled the downstairs with smoke. the homeowner was pulled to safety from a second floor window. firefighters estimate the damage there to be about $100,000. >>> a man was stabbed in a parking lot in a manassas strip mall today. police say two teenars tried to rob a property surveyor. he was taking photographs behind the canterbury village shopping center. police say the suspects beat the victim and stabbed him a number of times in the stomach. an employee driving into work scared the suspects off by continually honking his car horn. we're told the victim is in stable condition tonight. police have arrested one suspect. they're still looking for another. >>> nine american service members were killed today when a black hawk helicopter crashed in afghanistan. the region is a taliban stronghold and nato forces have been stepping up effo
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. she met with her family, the spiritual advisor and other supporters in the greenville correctional center in virginia today. she faces a death penalty in the murders of her husband is the stepson eight years ago. both the u.s. supreme court and the governor, bob mcdonald, they have now declined her request for clemency. >>> today, governor mcdonald released the results of the private audit of the virginia department of transportation. and the results were less than impressive. that investigation found hundreds of millions of dollars, actually went unspent while of course, drivers around here, they were sitting in traffic. the governor called the problem, missing management. and he said that the money could have paid for the roadside mowing, rest stop, or the other workers salaries. >>> in the meantime, they are wondering if keeping those shoulder lanes on i-66 open all the time would help ease some of the traffic on the the highways. right now, those lanes, they are only open during the rush hour. keeping them open around the clock, would cost about $8 million. and the county is al
the problems. >>> well, if you're at the greenville drive and the lakewood blue clause they were kluging it out. watch this. boom. greenville, south carolina. it starts with the collision. the greenville runner was out and started jawing with the pitcher. both benches cleared. and the base brawl was on. >> did anyone get in trouble? >> let's find out. not really. just looked pretty cool. you know, baseball, folks, nobody really gets hurt, do they? >> no, there's a lot of shoving. hats come off. they get thrown on the ground. they come back on, you know. >> who won? i'm going to find out. go ahead. >> my money's on the blue claws. seven minutes past the hour right now. let's get a check of the morning's headlines. rob marciano in the extreme weather center. i'm sure rob is shedding a little tears today. your beloved yankees lost, right? sorry. >> i turned it off. i think they won, right? >> jeter with the fake hit? >> they lost. you heard it here first at 6:07. >> jeter does deserve the academy award for the acting job. let's talk about karl. tropical storm right now, this thing came across yuca
. topping the list, rally north carolina with washington, d.c. also greenville, south carolina, and little rock arkansas came in seventh. eighth the on the list, charlotte, north carolina. charlotte is the second largest banking industry in the u.s. >> share oled holders in continental airlines have approved combining the two companies. the deal with combine the two airlines. the stock swap is specked to close in the next three weeks. share holders will own 95% of the new company which will be called continental holding. it will be based in chicago, the u.s., and regulators -- review plans. >> according to ohio's attorney attorney, telecommunications -- telemarketters are calling saying they want to know if people want to switch their credit card to cut interest rates. they charge hundreds of dollars to supposedly cut their interest rates. hang up on your telemarketters and call your credit card company and ask for a reduction yourself. >> more news coming up. first a look at events going on around town this weekend. >> it is your chance to try different wines. the maryland wine festival b
by injection at the greenville correctional center in jarrett. lieu i was convicted of enticing 2 men to shoot her husband and his son while they were sleeping for a quarter million dollar insurance pay out. lewis apologized in the moments before her execution. >>> federal aviation administration is blame ago near miss over minneapolis on air traffic control errors. u.s. airway jet is the yellow line in the animation. red line is a cargo plane took off on parallel runway at almost the same time. planes were in thick cloud cover and didn't see each other a but came so close that the u.s. air pilot could hear the cargo plane catch him. >> the guy off the west side. >> minneapolis departure at contact looks like possibly straight out. >> okay. we just had we just we heard the guy go by. >>reporter: investigators say the planes were between 50 to 100 feet apart. faa says the air traffic controller incorrectly told the u.s. airway pilot to turn when he shouldn't have. >> awfully close. all right let's focus on the forecast warm weather around here. >> sandy here now with a look at what is
, grand rapids, michigan, and green bill south carolina -- greenville, south carolina. charlotte is the second-largest banking center in the u.s., right behind new york city. >> patients getting their medicine from one medical marijuana dispenser can now get mixed with ice cream. each point is $15, comes in three flavors. eating an entire pie would be the equivalent of smoking a joint, we are told. there is understandable concern that the potent ice cream could accidentally fall into the hands of children. >> we very explicitly label all of our products with a marijuana leaf and it says keep out of reach of children. we are very mindful. i come from a very conservative family. >> to get that ice cream, you have to be a card carrying marijuana patient, and you cannot eat the ice cream at the dispensary. changes coming to the baltimore city state's attorney's office. incumbent pat jessamy conceded to challenger gregg bernstein today. we'll have the latest on that. the sad case of irony, or is it just old-fashioned animal abuse? course is rescued from a horse rescue farm. >> it look
. in greenville, delaware, carl cameron, fox news. >> the president's iraq speech dealt with afghanistan and the economy. the fox all-stars will tackle the economy part after the break. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] giving up cigarettes can take more than willpower alone. but today's a new day. for many, smoking is a treatable medical condition. so talk to your doctor about prescription treatment options and support. and this time, make it your time. >>> unfortunately, over the last decade, we have not done what is necessary to shore up the foundations of our own prosperity. we spent a trillion dollars at war, often financed from borrowing overseas and this in term shortchanged investment in our own people and contributed to record deficits. for too long, we have put off tough decisions on everything from the manufacturering base, to our energy policy to education reform. >> bret: in the oval office speech last night, president obama seemed to blame the iraq war for some of the nation's economic problems. on that score, the congressional budget office came out with a bar graph in which it s
long. >>> there is an investigation in the death of a 3-month-old girl in greenville, maryland. police say they found the infant near the 6000 block of springfield drive. officials have identified her. police in green belt are not releasing many details about how that infant died. anyone with information is asked to call the police. >>> with the d.c. mayor's race primary days away, the challenge ervin sent gray is holding the lead in the latest opinion poll. both candidates were out campaigning today and tom sherwood is here with the latest. >> reporter: neither candidate slacking off in these final days. the d.c. council chairman leading in the poll campaigned at a senior citizen home on connecticut avenue at lunch time. >> doing everything we can to touch people. >> reporter: a new independent opinion poll showed gray maintaining 7-point lead over mayor fenty with 14% still undecided. >> reporter: it was only the latest in the building plan that he hopes will boost his reelection chances. >> we're excited about the last six days. >> we're getting as many as possible to convince folks
the greenville correctional center gates. about 9:00 p.m., a prison ofcial will walk outside the door to walk up to a podium and he'll talk to us about her final moments. back to you. >>> tara morgan in jarrett, virginia. >>> coming up, a bus skidded off a bridge. it was left dangling on the edge with people inside there. >> at least one speed camera in our area collecting a lot fewer tickets lately. >>> somebody put spray paint all over the vans that belong to the d.c. ctral kitchen. >>> what's ahead in weather? >> that camera got me about a month ago. so somebody is getting so money somewhere. a very warm day today. an even warmer day tomorrow. then some big, i mean, huge changes to the forecast. >>> worried patience have been bombarding a baby formu make we are call and e-mails about containers of formul that may be contaminated with parts of insects. the laboratory recalled 5 million packages of powdered similac because they could contain parts of beetles. no liquid formula is involved in the recall. the food and drug administration says there is no immediate health risk. but infants who dri
. of the same goes for chicago with the greenville, mississippi club. there are the newton mississippi clubs. in new york, there are churches where almost everybody is from south carolina. >> what you do decide on the three that you would focus on? >> 1996. >> i am going to read a couple of things. he spent about 11 years at "the new york times." you are at boston university, right now, teaching. >> yes. >> you live in atlanta? >> i live in both cities. you taught at princeton for two years. you also taught at harvard and northwestern. why did she leave journalism? >> i do not consider myself to have left journalism. >> wanted to leave the newspaper? what i wanted to write this book. -- >> i wanted to write this book. i wanted to explore why these people left. i wanted to understand who they were, why they did what they did, and capture them before thit was too late. it began in 1915 and it ended in 1970. you are talking about three generations. they were getting up in years in time was running out. i felt this real press of time to get to them while there was still time to tell their story.
. there's the greenville, mississippi club, brook haven mississippi club. and in new york there are churches where everybody is from south carolina. >> i'm going to read a couple of things. you spent about 11 years with the "new york times." 1984-1985. you teach at boston university. you live in atlanta. i commute back and forth. >> you graduated from howard here and taught at harvard some and north. why did you leave journalism? >> i don't consider myself as having left journalism? >> why did you leave newspaper writing? >> i wanted to write this book. i wanted to explore the reasons why these people left. i wanted to understand who they were, why they did what they did and capture them before it was too late? it began in 1915 and ended in 1970. they were talking about at least three generations. time was running out. i felt this real press of time. >> you said your mother from georgia, your father from virginia. what's their story. >> my mother found work in the government. she was doing filing work for the government. there were many opportunities for people during worl
the infant's body near the 6,000 block of spring hill drive in greenville. she has since been identified as maria jacobs of upper marlboro. police are not releasing details of how the little girl died. anyone with information is asked to call police. >>> days after a gunman invaded the discovery channel building in silver spring, there was another frightening scene. a ride-on bus burst into flames right outside. it happened around 7:00 last night. a witness captured the scene. we are told the fire started in the engine. the bus was destroyed. no one, thankfully, was hurt. it is ten minutes after 11:00 and coming up, new safety concerns surrounding a small church in florida. the latest on the pastor who is still planning to burn the koran on saturday. today, the president warned of the dangers of that. the president is focused on the economy today. we will tell you about the latest plan to extend tax cuts for the middle class and the official kickoff of the nfl >>> this morning, president obama called the planned koran burning in florida a recruitment bonanza in florida. he called for the
are going to look tomorrow at 2:00 a.m. as far back as newborn and greenville, north carolina. hurricane force winds just barely off of the cape. it could either be on or off regardless. some damage from the wind and the wave action the legacy of this storm. by the time we get to noon on friday, you notice we get a little bit of a break in many areas and pushes off the coast and maybe tropical storm force winds and then the storm returns up towards eastern new england. tropical storm force winds begin about 5:00 or 6:00 p.m. out on cape cod and the strongest winds affecting that area after dinnertime and the storm will pass by overnight. fast-moving storm and the impacts will be quick. i would say overall, thomas, what we just learned from the hurricane center, a slight improvement. still a huge storm and a lot of impacts but no longer expect direct landfall. >>> earl is expected to impact north carolina late tonight as we're hearing. thousands are evacuating from the coast where the waves are churning up as we speak. stephanie abrams is live in kill devil hills where it looks pretty goo
maccallum and "fox & friends" guy steve doocy representing dean from greenville, kentucky. if you would like to sign up for the action sign up on bill o'reilly.com for action. your brains now, are they in fall gear? >> we'll see. >> steve: i'm still on vacation. >> bill: when have you not been on vacation? [ laughter ] >> he is always out to lunch. >> bill: mayor richard dailey of chicago announced this week after 21 years in office he would not run for re-election. >> today, i'm announcing that i will not seek a seventh term as mayor of the city of chicago. simply put, it's time it's time for me. it's time for chicago to move on. >> bill: all right. no truth or rumor he will be d.h.ing for the chicago white sox. mayor daley is hanging it up now. his father was a controversial figure as you know. he was accused of rigging the chicago elections to benefit what presidential candidate? >> bill: the answer is b, that's correct, john f. concerned. all right. hard to believe that would happen in chicago. >> hard to believe. >> vote early and often. >> windy. >> bill: cnn announced latest show to g
: details are just coming into the newsroom from greenville correction center in jarrett. 41-year-old teresa lewis was put to death by lethal injection at 9:13 tonight with her victims' families watching. lewis was convicted for plotting the murders of her husband and stepson just to collect money from insurance back in 2002. lewis pled guilty, but her legal team questioned her competence because of her low iq. now moments ago witnesses stepped outside to talk about her final moments. corrections officials say she entered on her own and was apologetic to the victim's sister. witnesses say she looked frightened. >> the execution of teresa lewis has been carried out in the manner as prescribed by the laws of the commonwealth of virginia. death was pronounced at 9:13 p.m. there were no complications. ms. lewis did make a last statement. she said i just want kathy to know i love her and i'm very sorry. >> when theresa entered the death chamber, she looked quite scared. she looked a little nervous. she did look clear headed, clear minded. >> reporter: tonight the machinery of death in virginia ex
to jam up here anyway so it is very slow right now from at least north greenville. here's a look at your drive time. again, just ticking up there. 33 minutes from the altamont pass towards the dublin interchange on those westbound lanes of 580. you might want to consider alternates. 880 through oakland looks okay. it's a drizzly kind of wet morning and so we had several spinouts earlier. this is northbound traffic heading towards high street. those taillights. but it looks okay as far as our drive time goes towards downtown oakland. we also have a photographer standing by along the peninsula. this is a live look at mountain view. headlights are northbound, 101 and 280 look good. that is your traffic. for your forecast, here's tracy. >> hey, thanks, elizabeth. a misty drizzly forecast. rainy -- well, maybe not rainy. that's pushing it. out the door this morning, mostly cloudy conditions are expected. drizzle and we do now have delays on arrivals at sfo around 50 minutes so that may hamper your travel this morning. cloudy with drizzle along the coastline. temperatures ranging from the mid-
. typical through antioch. westbound 580 on the brakes between grant line and greenville. tracy, did you say 100 degrees? >> i said 100 degrees! all summer long we have been asking for summer. it came flirting with us from time to time. here it is right now in fall. 85 degrees today in our warmest spots. the 70s around the bay and the upper 60s at the coastline. warm conditions, hot temperatures in store friday, saturday, sunday monday and tuesday. you may want to head to the coastline with temperatures in the mid-70s. it will be pretty warm and hot. this sunday, antiques and collectibles at candlestick park, san francisco, sunny and warm, temperatures 80 degrees. hey, that's nice weather for some good antiquing. that's a look at your weather. back up to you. >> thank you. >> i think that's our high five tomorrow, too. >> good. >> we'll check in with gianna. >>> all right. it is 5:57. in the next half hour, cheerleading coach in handcuffs. the shady routine she is accused of and why her squad is now in shambles. >>> angry riders lash out at a.c. transit as that agency announces more cuts in
-old theresa lewis died by injection at the greenville correctional center. she was convicted of hiring two men to shot her husband and son while they were sleeping so she could collect on a million dollar life insurance payout. she apologized it the moments before the execution. the first time they have executed a woman in a century. >> dugard expected back in court possibly to enter an insanity plea. phillip garrido's attorney may announce her client is mentally incompetent to stand trial. if the judge agrees to order a mental evaluation, it will put an immediate stop to the proceedings and could delay the case for years. both garrido and his wife nancy have pleaded not guilty. if garrido's found incompetent, he will be sent to a state medical facility until he is competent to stand trial. >> police at san jose city college have added extra patrols and warning women to be extra aware of their surroundings this morning. that follows an assault on a female student tuesday afternoon on the second floor of the campus garage. the victim says she was grabbed from behind and swung into a wall. she s
. unfortunately, the backups go as far back as greenville road. and we have been getting some calls from the kcbs phone force on this as well that some of the side streets valisitos road, isabel road are backed up. and check out the ripple effect on this westbound five five 580, 48 minutes from the altamont pass to the dublin interchange. ace is a good alternate for the morning commute. that's a check of your traffic. here's tracy with your forecast. >>> hey, thanks, elizabeth. our forecast for today will include cooler temperatures and fog. yerba buena island and treasure island in the distance, fog in the area patchy fog in the valleys as well and drizzle at the coast. 40s and 50s out the door this morning. call ahead, we have delays on departures because of what's left of tropical storm nicole. temperatures for today cooling down. 84 santa clara and san jose. 90 san jose. east bay location 90s in pittsburg to antioch to brentwood. you may be thinking that's still hot. well yesterday was the upper 90s and yesterday in livermore was 102. so tempe
and they move slowly. to me it's dreamy. this painting is called spinner. >> reporter: next march the greenville county museum of art will exhibit whyte's work. many of her completed paintings are being scored there now. in the frames her husband made by hand. they were hung for us to see. >> this is elgie. he's spent his entire life crabbing and oystering. he was kind enough to take me out on his boat. that day about a third of the traps had been poached. or vandalized. so i watched this man vacillate that day between anguish, despair, and rage. >> reporter: the next time she called him, he had gone out of business. >> this painting that's right next to it was started in new orleans. i wanted to find the shoe shine man. eventually i found my way to mr. noah here who is in one of the big hotels down on canal street. he's been shining shoes since he was five years old. everyone i asked, so, why do you do this? they say because it's all i've ever known. >> reporter: near bishopville south carolina, white stopped a cotton picker who could only pose for a minute or two because he had to get back to
what you're looking for. the same goes for chicago where there's a greenville, mississippi, club. there's a greenwood, mississippi, club. there are the newton, mississippi, club, brookhaven, mississippi, club. so, all of these were options there. and in new york there are churches where almost everybody's from south carolina. >> what year did you decide on the three that you were going to focus on? >> i decided on the three finally in 1996. >> i'm going to -- i've got your bio here. i'm just going to read a couple things. tell me when i'm wrong. you spent about 11 years with the "new york times," 1984 to 1995. you're at boston university right now teaching? >> yes. >> you live in atlanta. >> i live in both cities. >> commuting back and forth. >> yes. >> you taught at emory for three years, at princeton for two years. you've taught -- you graduated from howard here in washington, d.c. you also taught at harvard some, lectured, and at northwestern. why did you leave journalism? >> i don't consider myself to have left journalism. >> well, why did you leave the newspaper industry? >> oh, oh
reporter. thank you very much. greenville, tennessee. jenny on the democrats line. caller: hi. host: hi. go ahead. gues caller: we should not be separatists in the fact of religion. our fight is not with the entire islamic religion. it's with those terrorists. and we are americans. everybody. that doesn't mean do we separate into presbyterian. catholic, methodist. that doesn't make any sense. we are americans. all of us are. - host: wes con wisconsin. republican line, peter? caller: there's one thing i can't understand about the islamic religion. it's states specificly in the koran that if we're unbelievers of the koran we're considered infidels and it also states that they should make no friends with an infidel or an unbeliever, so how can we be so friendly with the islamic religion when they deny - they deny everything we stand for? host: we're about six minutes to coverage starting of the events taking mace today. manhattan, new york. independent line, shawn? caller: yes, i believe the program is remembering 9/11, 2001 and i would like to remember a good friend of mine. vincent
greenville, too, my wife's home found. so that helps him. >> greenville, south carolina, that is. >> isn't he a good guy. >> depends on how you define principle. he's consistent. i'm joking. he believes in what he's saying. and he's consistent. >> you can have principles on the right and the left. >> he's such an elitist, you know? >> last best hope over here. forgive me, sir. >> how about kasic running against strickland, one of the more fascinating guys in politics. >> and aaron schock of illinois and later emmy award winning filmmaker rory kennedy about "the fence." first, here is bill karins with a check of the forecast. >> good morning everyone. two major hurricanes. a very rare event, beautiful site from far away. hurricane igor, category 4. hurricane julia, category 4. it's been 11 years since we've had two major hurricanes we've been tracking at the same time. thankfully neither will head for the u.s. igor will come the closest near bermuda and bring large waefgs to the east coast this weekend. tropical storm karl formed rapidly now making landfall in mexico. that will affect mexico a
. up on the north -- on the top left, we'll call it, in greenville. to the top right, myrtle. bottom on the right side, wfor. that's miami. look at the water there. literally, if you see the water backing up in your street and you know there's a drain out there, before it gets too high, it's never a bad idea to clear the drains in your neighborhood so the water can go where it should. if there are leaves, if there are trash bags, any debris at all in that drain in the front of your house, water can't go down. water is going to start to rise. you don't want it to rise into your house. >> that was a very -- >> don't get in trouble doing it. don't do it if it's already this high. if it's not, get that stuff out of there. >> that's a very simple thing, helpful little tip there. appreciate you, as always. >>> coming up, we're going to be talking about avoiding deadly encounters with explosive devices in afghanistan. this is our jason carroll going on patrol with u.s. soldiers leaving the safety of the perimeter of a base. f@@ >>> pictures, information, insight you won't find anywhere else
from greenville, south carolina who says he is launching a write-in campaign. it's going to be conducted mostly by social networking websites, and he says it's mostly a symbolic campaign. he says he's dissatisfied with the political discourse in the race, and, you know, he's -- it's almost a protest vote. but he's out there, and he's going to use facebook and twitter to try to make a dent in this race. >> yeah, everyone is upset with the discows and all of these races around the country. joe donnelly's campaign. let's take it to indiana now, feeling heat. i understand from the national republican congressional committee, thanks to a new ad, is that correct? >> right. joe donnelly, a democrat has a tough re-election campaign. he has been running ads distancing himself from president obama and nancy pelosi. he has a tv ad in which he calls them the washington crowd, and the national republican congressional committee is saying, wait a minute, you're a democrat. you voted for t.a.r.p., you voted for health care, you voted for the stimulus. and they just launched their first
. with the tax credit, hopefully that will encourage them to produce more stuff up sooner. host: greenville, north carolina, on the line for democrats. welcome to "washington journal." caller: what i want to say is a lot of friends of mine that are in the area of economics and what ever, -- whatever, were telling a story, all of the republicans are totally against this president. my heart goes out to president obama. they are criticizing him on how early heat gets up from sleep -- everything, anything. it is a crying shame hal all of this is coming out against the people -- the poor people and the middle-class people are being crushed to death. the republicans know this and they are having a hoo-haw and they have secret meetings and tea party. host: is there support for the president's proposal among republicans on capitol hill or will they have to rely on just democratic support? is there a bipartisan line to walk down? guest: i cannot speak particularly on the partisan -- politics aspect, republicans are just looking at it from different directions than the democrats are. republicans are
's happened in a century. 41-year-old theresa lewis died by lethal injection at the greenville correctional center in jarrett. the families of the victims watched the execution. lewis pleaded guilty of plotting the murders of her husband and stepson. she entered the death chamber on her own and apologized to the victim's sister. >> the execution of theresa lewis has been carried out in the manner as prescribed by the laws of the commonwealth of virginia. death was pronounced at 9:13 p.m. there were no complications. ms. lewis did make a last statement. she just said i just want kathy to know i love her and i'm very sorry. >> when theresa entered the death chamber she looked quite scared. she looked a little nervous. she did look clear headed, clear minded. >> tonight the machinery of death in virginia extinguished the beautiful, child like and loving human spirit of theresa lewis. >> for her last meal, lewis asked for two fried chicken breasts, sweet peas with butter, german chocolate cake or apple pie and dr. pepper. >>> the first congressional hearing on the national transportation safety
, hopefully that will encourage them to produce more stuff up sooner. host: greenville, north carolina, on the line for democrats. welcome to "washington journal." caller: what i want to say is a lot of friends of mine that are in the area of economics and what ever, -- whatever, were telling a story, all of the republicans are totally against this president. my heart goes out to president obama. they are criticizing him on how early heat gets up from sleep -- everything, anything. it is a crying shame hal all of this is coming out against the people -- the poor people and the middle-class people are being crushed to death. the republicans know this and they are having a hoo-haw and they have secret meetings and tea party. host: is there support for t president's proposal among republicans on capitol hill or will they have to rely on just democratic support? is there a bipartisan line to walk down? guest: i cannot speak particularly on the partisan -- politics aspect, republicans are just looking at it from different directions than the democrats are. republicans are looking at a littl
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